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Professional Care Management

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 The definition of a geriatric care manager (PGCM) is a social work or nursing professional who specializes in assisting older people and their families to attain the highest quality of life given their circumstances.  A Care Manager takes on the role of a Coordinator and Supervisor of the client’s well-being.

 

 

How does a Care Manager help you?

  • Conducts care planning assessments to identify problems, and provide solutions.
  • Arranges and monitors in-home help or other services.
  • Reviews financial, legal, or medical issues and offers referrals to geriatric specialists to avoid future   problems while conserving financial resources.
  • Provides crisis intervention.
  • Acts as a liaison to families at a distance, overseeing care and quickly alerting families to problems.
  • Assists with moving an older person to or from a retirement complex, assisted care home, or nursing home.
  • Offers counseling and support. 

 

Contact Us

Our licensed Professional Geriatric Care Managers are all RNs with advanced practice degrees specializing in geriatrics.  

 

Services include but are not limited to:

  • Developing and monitoring a thorough plan of care.
  • Providing comprehensive written assessments.
  • Supervising and coordinating home care services as requested.
  • Ensuring all day-to-day needs are met in the best way for each specific client.
  • Coordinating medical other services.
  • Helping to organize and pay monthly bills.
  • Maintaining safety and well-being.  
  • Providing regular communication to family and all parties.
  • Helping explore options, recommend interventions and develop long-term plans.
  • Advocacy and community-resource advise